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(\\ rs. Debbie Carter has only been at Drury a short 
vl«/ while, but her impact has been felt everywhere. In 
addition to inspiring environmental science and psychol- 
ogy students, she gives her time for an array of activities. 
She has directed the musical for the past four years now, 
turning it into a knockout show looked forward to each 
year. She volunteers her time to help co-coach the Ac- 
ademic Decathlon Team, this year winning the Western 
Mass. crown. And this year, she took on another job. 
Administrative Intern, hoping to increase school spirit 
and make Drury an overall better place. This dedicated, 
nurturing teacher is #1 in our book. 



(W r. Carl Jenkins is a familiar face to those who 
WJ frequent C- Wing. For 18 years, "Mr. J." has helped 
bring students into the world of music. He directs the 
concert, jazz, pit, and marching bands at Drury. He gives 
time every spring, between pit band rehearsals, to help 
the cast of the musical learn their songs. He willingly 
helps fine arts deficient Academic Decathlon Teams learn 
about classical music. Every year, he, along with the band 
parents organization he helped to create, creates a band 
trip to appeal to the over 80 members of band and band 
front, and awards scholarships and awards. This caring, 
dedicated teacher is #1 in our book. 




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Students are ON, 
not OFF the wall. 



Senior Erica May harnesses up before her 
climb. 

The look on Sophomore Angela Tower's face 
says it all, "I have confidence." 



Senior Jenn Perreault has the good feeling as 
she supports a fellow climber. 

Freshman Heather Oleskiewicz holds on tight 
as she receives instructions from Mr. Davis. 



Expert rock climber, Mr. Davis demonstrates 
to club members how it's supposed to be done. 

Freshman Nick Peters shows no fear as he con- 
quers the wall. 





Students get their KICKS 




Junior Jamie Sheldon shows concentration in this Sophomore Jamie Bentley keeps the sac airborne Freshman John Packard gets full extension on 
game of killer. after serve. this kick. 




I Freshman Josh Gallagher uses his juggling skills Freshman Joe Pearson makes it look easy with John P. holds back as poaching is against the 
with the sac. all the right moves. rules in hacky-sac. 




Freshman varsity cheerleader Jen Tatro, sister 
of Sr. captain Heidi Tatro, seems to have got- 
ten too wrapped up in her work cleaning up 
after rally. 

The Drury Blue Devil Band, the #1 band in 
the Berkshires in '93, takes a brief rest after 
playing Onward Drury at the Pep rally. 






Senior buddies Theresa, Casi, Shannon T, 
Cristina, Shannon D, Jen, Aimee, Vanessa, 
Amy, Stephanie, and Sharon regroup at the 
fall sports rally. "Hampton?" 




Freshman Sarah Wright shows confidence in 
"TRUE BLUE" cheering pals Jenny Breen. 
Heidi Tatro. Jamie Decoteau, and Liz Cahoon 
as they perform at rally. 





Devils Rally In The Fall 



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Outgoing Cheerleader Amy Witherall flashes 
that Blue Devil smile before taking down her 
classes' personalized banner. "Kevin who is 

#1?" 

Junior cheerleader Becky Feder introduces the 
next sports captains as Jennifer Tatro and Erin 
Scott make minor adjustments. 



Junior co-captain Joe Vareschi introduces cross- 
country team members as Junior co-captain 
Jason Wood looks on. 

Football tri-captains, seniors Brett Vadnais, 
Rick Dupee (addressing the student body) and 
Dave DeSanty back up their tough talk by 
beating Taconic. 




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Senior tri-captains Chris Whitney takes center 
stage while fellow senior captains Casey Lip- 
shutz, studying his speech, and Shayne Bur- 
dick, wait their turn. 

Sophomore varsity cheerleader Aja Daugherty 
poses for a quick smile as she de-decorates the 
bleachers after the pep rally. 







Teammates 
and Friends 

This year's group was made 
up of girls who were not 
only teammates but very 
close friends. The ups and 
downs of the season were 
felt more deeply than in the 
case of a usual team. 
Whatever happened, the 
girls stuck together and 
kept the team going. 
Throughout the season, 
while there were competi- 
tive triumphs, there were 
also many personal tri- 
umphs. It was a long, hard 
road, which began with un- 
certainty and self-doubt, 
and ended with mastery 
and domination of our op- 
ponents. I don't think there 
is a girl on the team that 
doesn't wish there was that 
one more year, that we 
could start off next season 
where we were at the end 
of this season. -- Coach 
Wondolowksi 



Senior halfback, Co-MVP, Va- 
nessa Freeney taking control for 
the offense. 





SR. Stephanie Sands "The name 
of this game is ... to beat the op- 
ponent to the ball!" 



Goalie Sarah Lapine, hope for the 
future along with Denise Matti- 
more and Rebecca Molloy. in ac- 
tion. 



Girls Soccer Turns 
The Corner 



The Senior Gang — A. Estes, C. 
Acosta, V. Freeney, S. Toye, J. 
Horan, C. Collins, most improved, 
S. Polumbo, C. Solari, K. How- 
land, S. Daughterty, S. Sands, and 
S. King, unsung hero. 



The Captains — Amy Estes, 
Coach's Award, Christina Acosta, 
Co-MVP, and Vanessa Freeney 
— Good job ladies! 




Senior fullback Casi Solari on the 
■ookout for another red card! 



Senior forward "Grimace" 
(Shannon Daugherty) shows how 
to win the ball. Win one for 
"Woody" Shan! 



From L to R: (back row) S. Daugh- 
erty, D. Mattimore, N. Blair, 
Coach Wondolowski, S. Sands, S. 
Toye, S. King, C. Solari (middle 
row) K. Howland, K. Leonesio, J. 
Horan, S. Lapine, C. Collins, S. 
Polumbo, S. Caruso (front row) A. 
Estes, C. Acosta, V. Freeney 



Front L to R: (fourth row) B. Gil- 
man, K. Melito, J. Chandler (third 
row) L. Bourdon, K. Sarchi, S. 
Bishop, H. Oleskiewicz, C. Saun- 
ders, A. Sheridan (second row) B. 
Cariddi, R. Molloy, K. Morris, J. 
Giulino, S. Varellas, F. Christo- 
pher, K. King (first row) E. Kirby, 
A. Davine, K. Wood 




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Big, Bad and Black and Blue 



John J. DelNegro Award winner and All-Berk- 
shire selection Brett Vadnais leads D.H.S. 
gridders into action prior to their opening game. 

All Western Mass linebacker Chris Casuscelli 
and defensive back Joe Robare make a devil 
sandwich out of a Brattleboro runner. 




First Row: A. Vittone, G. King, C. Manuel, 
O. Bond, R. Dupee, B. Vadnais, D. DeSanty, 
D. Tarsa, J. Silsby, B. Patenaude, P. Gilly 
Second Row: T. Tatro, B. Millard, T. Lev- 
esque, J. Robare, J. Dupee, C. Casuscelli, W. 
Stred, J. Campedelli, J. Irace, R. Auge, K. 
Toye, J. Haskins Third Row: G. Bonneville, K. 
Peckham, J. Ciempa, M. Alvarez, G. La- 
France, B. Ferris, P. Jette, S. Allard Back Row: 
Coaches D. Sherman, B. LeClair, B. McClear, 
and J. Meehan 





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Senior Tri-Captains. M.V.P. Rick Dupee. top Brett "The Hitman" Vadnais puts the HURT 
lineman Brett Vadnais, and wingback Dave ON Brattleboro runner who unfortunately en- 
DeSanty were year-long Drury standouts. tered his turf, the Field. 




SENIORS: By The Dozen 



First year mentor Bob 
'LeClair molded his senior 
veterans King, DeSanty, 
[Vadnais, Dupee, Tarsa, 
^ilsby, Vittone, Stred, 
Manuel, Bond, Patenaude, 

ind Gilly into a hard hit- 
i.ing unit that never stayed 
own for the count. Fresh- 



man of the Year Scott Al- 
lard labeled himself as a 
player to be reckoned with 
in the future, while hard 
nosed seniors Paul Gilly 
and Dave Tarsa were cho- 
sen as team unsung hero 
and Mom's Club Award 
Winner respectively. Their 



two wins were not indictive 
of the type of season they 
had. The sound of the hits 
laid on the opponents is a 
much better yardstick for 
measuring the worth of the 
season. 



Brattleboro runner heads for the 
safety of the sideline with D.H.S. 
defensive back Oli Bond in hot 
pursuit. 

Runningback Oli Bond didn't win 
the Heisman Trophy, but he was 
selected Offensive Player of the 
Year. 




Front Row: B. Ferris, P. Jette, G. 
LaFrance, M. Alvarez, J. Ciem- 
pa, K. Peckham Back Row: D. 
Sherman, S. Allard, J. Dupee, T. 
Levesque, K. Toye, J. Haskins, G. 
Bonneville and B. McClear 




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Boys' Soccer Rebuilds 



Ouch!! Heads up to Sophomore Pete Melito. 



Senior, Casey Lipschutz trots down the field 
demonstrating true Blue Devil attitude. 








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Sophomore, Shane Armstrong displays a great 
deal of effort to block a pass attempt. 



Front Row — P. Varellas, T. Roberts, B. Chal- 

ifoux, A. Quimby, K. George, B. Dorans, B. >"^i 

Piantoni. Back Row — Coach Chris Whitney, ' 

G. Caproni, A. Wright, B. Bullett, R. O'Dell, 

J. Bouley, R. Holmes, H. Shepard, B. Wien- 

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Soph. Devon Carrier, Senior Cas- 
ey Lipschutz, Jun. Dave Saie, 
Soph. Shane Armstrong, Soph. 
Peter Melito, form a Defensive 
Wall to block a corner kick. 

Goalie, Soph. Dennis Marks puts 
in 110% to effectively block a 
Hoosac goal attempt. 



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Junior, Mike Ciempa dances what 
looks like an Irish jig. 



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Captains Casey Lipschutz and 
Chris Whitney have a ball before 
the Hoosac vs. Drury game. 



Front Row — M. Ciempa, Capt. 

C. Lipschutz, J. Wright, P. Be- 
dard, M. Gilman, D. Saie. Back 
Row — S. Armstrong, J. Potvin, 
Capt. C. Whitney, M. Catellotti, 

D. Marks, S. Burdick, P. Melito, 
D. Carrier, Coach Doug Wright. 



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Cross Country: 
A Season To 

Rebuild 



For the Cross Country 
teams, 1993 was a year of 
rebuilding. The teams were 
made of mostly freshmen 
and sophomores. Despite 
their ages, the runners had 
many stellar performances. 
The "Top Runner" award 
on the girls' team was given 
to freshman Sarah D'Ar- 
cangelo who achieved first 



place every time she ran for 
the Blue Devils. On the 
boys' team the "Top Run- 
ner" was Peter Greenbush. 
Runner up honors went to 
Jessica LaBonte and Ryan 
Gaffey. The youth of the 
team and Coach Scerbo's 
fantastic job of uniting the 
runners will make a strong 
team in the years to come. 



Back Row: P. Annichiarico, J. 
Wood, P. Greenbush, M. Wilson, 
M. Baran, J. Degrenier, Coach 
Scerbo Front Row: M. Marlow, R. 

Souci, R. Gaffey, C. McClain. 



"I know I can. I know I can." Pete — .— . 
Greenbush, one of the younger 
runners, brings new energy to the 
team. 



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Bridget Hermon and Jessica 
LaBonte share a candid pre-race 
moment. 

Sophomore Micheal Baran runs 
effortlessly against his competi- 
tion on the Windsor Lake course. 




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Sophomore Ryan Gaffey adds more speed and 
seniority to the team. 

Erica Viens, Michelle McClendon and Stacy 
Gelineau share their place amongst the lead- 
ers. 

Erica Viens outdistances her competition in the 
Drury, McCann, and Lenox tri-meet. 




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Micheal Marlow conquers both the hill and 
McCann. 

Back Row: Coach Scerbo, J. Foster, S. D'Ar- 
cangelo, L. Rock, S. Gelineau, A. Van Der 
Zee. Front Row: E. Viens, B. Hermon, M. 
McClendon Missing: Jessica LaBonte. 

Sarah D'Arcangelo shows how much the team 
benefits from the underclassmen. 



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Here in the 100 Acre Wood . . 



Happy Birthday! Winnie-the-Pooh closed with 
the cast singing to Pooh, who had just been 
unstuck from Rabbit's hole. Pooh was per- 
formed to benefit Help Line. 

Not Kanga! Played by Soph Sherry White, 
Kanga scared the animals with the threat of a 
bath. The play was one large plot by the an- 
imals to escape Kanga's soap. 




Ready? PULL!! Pulling Pooh, fat from too 
much honey, out of the Rabbit hole was no 
easy task. Director Rebecca Burton spent weeks 
on that scene. 

Dr. Radin as Uncle, and Mary Sawyer as Pooh, 
pose in front of the camera on opening day. 
Pooh gave out autographs to children in the 
audience. 



Rabbit, played by Caroline Green, dismally 
contemplates having a bath, with soap, fol- 
lowed by . . . MEDICINE! 



Kanga. and Roo (played by Allison Rennell) 
give Piglet played by Jennifer Dowling of Mt. 
Grevlock her first bath ever. 




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What's Next 
Spanish Club? 





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Who were really under those masks at the 
Spanish Club dance? Rumor has it that Mrs. 
Coyne and Mrs. Chilson braved the pudding 
pies. 

Freshman Jenny Breen and Sophomore Tim 
Mangun pose for a smile at the dance. 

How low can you go Sophomore Julie Boucher? 
Chaperone Mr. Chilson and little helper Kris- 
ten Cummings hold their breath as each girl 
shows her flexibility. 



As Freshman Jason Bailey winds up, fellow "Let's twist again like we did last summer . . . 
classmates await the splat. " Can Sophomore Shane Armstrong and Sen- 

ior Jennifer Perreault do it? 








Friends Casi Solari, Stephanie Sands, and Jen- 
nifer Horan turned out for the parade on Sun- 
day to watch from the Hadley Overpass. 

Mayor John Barrett smiles for the camera as 
he walks by a balloon vendor while watching 
the parade in front of city hall. 

Freshman Nick Peters (hopefully) manages to 
keep in step while playing "Waitin' for the 
Robert E. Lee" on his trombone during the 
parade. 




Junior band front member Allison Rennell gets 
ready to do her routine as the band marches 
down Curran Highway. 

Drury Senior Shannon Daugherty and Drury 
junior Andrea Cellan sit with former Drury 
student Jen Rancourt as they watch the pa- 
rade. 

Junior Amy Remillard looks ready for any 
weather as she does some parade-watching on 
Curran Highway. 




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Drury Blue Devil Band 
Takes Four-Peat 



This year the Drury band overcame 
a few difficulties in taking first place 
at the parade this year. A busing sna- 
fu caused our bus to the staging area 
to be over an hour late, which caused 
us more than a little concern. Of 
course, when the bus finally arrived, 
only half of our band and band front 
could fit on the single bus sent for us. 
So, while the first half of our band 



went down to Wal-Mart, the other 
half had to wait at Middle School 
until the bus could come back. Un- 
fortunately, the bus could not get back 
to middle school. But thanks to two 
other schools competing, we were able 
to make it to Haskins school where 
we were reunited and marched onto 
victory! 



Band majorette Gloria Tower leads the reu- 
nified Drury High School Marching Band down Miss Lebert sits on Hadley Overpass in her 
the street after meeting up at Sarah Haskins lawn chair as she watches the parade in the 
school. sunny weather. 




The Drury High School Band, named best in 
the Berkshires and #1 in division B for the 4th 
year in a row, march down Ashland Street to- 
wards the end of the parade route. 



Freshman Varsity cheerleader Erin Scott steps 
off her parade banner with a smile in the 1993 
Fall Foliage Parade. 




Ghosts, Goblins, and Ghouls! 



Seniors Sarah Greenbush and Janine Gwozdz 
issue a warning to the freshmen. 

Seniors Shannon Toye and Jennifer Horan take 
part in the '93 Halloween Day. 





Sophomore Jennifer Lemieux sports the most 
original costume of this year's Halloween Day. 

Freshmen Melissa Giron, Jil Sheldon, Katy 
Boucher, Sarah Wright and Missy Lincoln. 




Heather Soskin crosses innocence and evil with Sarah Wright gets a hand or two to help h 
her satanic costume and teddy bear. put together her costume. 




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Woodstock Comes to Drury 



This year, the seniors chose 
o welcome the new fresh- 
nen by staging Wood- 
stock, Drury style. The 
Freshman Reception Com- 
nittee worked hard to give 
:he gym a Woodstock feel, 
complete with face-paint- 
ng tent, bonfire, and Peace 
>igns. The seniors showed 



up on Saturday night wear- 
ing love beads, sunglasses, 
and tie-dyed T-shirts. The 
freshmen showed up wear- 
ing suits, dresses, and looks 
of complete terror. The tra- 
ditional Senior-picks- 
freshman-to-humiliate 
dance was followed by the 
selection of the court. This 



year Erin Scott was 
crowned Queen, Bob Ferris 
was King, and Becca Mal- 
loy, Missy Lincoln, Jen Ta- 
tro, Jill Sheldon, Scott Al- 
lard, Adam Quimby, Kyle 
George, and Peter Jetty 
made court. 






King Bob Ferris and Queen Erin 
Scott pose for a picture. 

1993 Freshmen Reception Court 
Front Row: Scott Allard, Adam 
Quimby, Kyle George, King Bob 
Ferris, and Peter Jetty. Back Row: 
Becca Molloy, Missy Lincoln, Jen 
Tatro, and Jill Sheldon. Queen 
Erin Scott missing. 




Dairy's Got the Spirit! 



Mr. Culver and Mr. Noel went for unity in 
the Math department on Twin Day. 

Kate Bernard and Angela Demo share a sis- 
terly moment in front of the camera. 

Juniors Sherry Pikul, Caroline Green, Allison 
Rennell, and Amy Remillard display their 
Thespian pride on Twin's day. 





New Threads, Great Legs, 
& Some Heavy Metal 



Coach Scerbo presents Jessica 

LaBonte with a trophy as her 

teammates Pete Greenbush, Sar- The competition was fierce for Mr. 

ah D'Arcangelo, and Ryan Gaffey Sexy Legs this year, but Casy Lip's 

look on. legs (far left) were the final victor. 




The Senior class turned out in full 
force to support the football team 
at the Hoosac Pep Rally. 






Senior Football team captains 
Dave DeSanty and Brett Vadnais 
introduce the starting lineup for 
the next day's Drury/Hoosac 
Football game and the team's oth- 
er seniors. 



i Drum Majorette Gloria Tower and Senior Gheerleading captain Hei- 

! Band President Vanessa Freeney di Tatro shows off the team's new 

accepting the trophies for best uniforms during their new dance 

band in the Berkshires and Top to Janet Jackson's "If". 
Division B band. 



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Academic 
Decathlon is 

#1! 



They said we couldn't do it. 
They said we weren't the 
smart class. So on the cold 
snowy Saturday morning 
of November 20th, the 
1994 Academic Decathlon 
team set out for Pittsfield 



High School with some- 
thing to prove. We were 
armed with notes, hours of 
cramming, and Herb, our 
lucky entropy duck and 
team mascot. As we sat in 
little rooms with other fool- 



The Academic Decathlon team is 
all lined up and ready to go at the 
Super Quiz portion of the Aca- 
demic Decathlon at PHS gym. 



The Academic Decathlon team 
presents their first place trophy to 
Mr. Cirone on the Monday fol- 
lowing competition. 





Julie Evans gives a big smile to 
the camera, even though she'd 
been studying all day in the au- 
ditorium. 

The true source of our victory; 
sugar, sodium, & preservatives. 
The Ultimate brain food. 

ish students, taking test af- 
ter test after test after . . . 
(Well, you get the point.) 
we began to wonder if all 
that cramming really did 
us any good. When the first 
scores came out just before 
lunch, we were in 6th place. 
Mr. Pecor and Mrs. Carter 
told us not to be disap- 
pointed or get our hopes up. 
But we refused to give up, 
and after three more tests, 
we were in third with only 
the Super Quiz standing in 



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our way! Of course, we had 
a brilliant showing in the 
Super Quiz and, to make a 
long story short, won the 
Western Massachutesetts 
title! 



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On the Friday before the competition, the en- 
tire Academic Decathlon team gathered in the 
auditorium with our lucky duck, Herb to cram 
for the upcoming tests. 

The fearless Academic Decathlon Coaches, 
Debbie (Dee) Carter and Mr. (Big Don) Pe- 
cor, celebrate the Super Quiz victory. 

On Friday night, the team gathered at Julie's 
house in shifts to cram on the Super Quiz and 
Fine Arts sections of the tests. 




The 1993-94 Academic Decathlon just before 
our stunning win: front row: Kelly Lyons, Erica 
May, Sheri McKay, Jenn Perreault, 2nd row: 
Amy Estes, Madelyn Goodermote, Julie Evans, 
Jessica Whitney, 3rd row: Eric Bailey 

N»© J Top Medal Winner Erica May came to school 
equipped with all 4 of her medals on Monday. 





The fortune teller, played by 
Sherry Pikul, warns the audience 
of the evils of the world and also 
enjoys a bit of the bottle. 

Frosh. Beckie Cairns made her 
debut in Skin of our Teeth. She 
had to develop the wonderful tal- 
ents of being annoying, whining, 
and being an all around bratty sis- 
ter. 

Mr. Antrobus, played by Tim 
Mangun, is enthusiastically wel- 
comed home after a hard day of 
inventing the ABC's and multi- 
plication tables. 




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This year's production included 
help from the community. Here 
we see Mr. Leo Chipkin giving a 
speech in Hebrew that is true to 
his part of Moses. 

The Drury Drama Team trade- 
mark. When you see this mark you 
know that quality acting is behind 
it. 



Mrs. Antrobus, played by Caro- 
line Green, grieves for the loss of 
her son Able. 



It's definitely time to take a bath! 
These refugees played by Kate 
Bernard and Krista Tower gave a 
very believable performance. 



Tim Mangun reads and reflects 
upon the teachings of the great 
thinkers. 



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Presenting: The 
Skin of our Teeth! 



"Skin" was written in 1942, during 
a time when it was not unreasonable 
to ponder the sanity of the human 
species and the progress of civiliza- 
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Antrobus create 
a metaphorical ark and gather in it 
the most essential elements of civili- 
zation. Together, they nurse civili- 



zation from eon to eon. Together, they 
survive hardships created by the rav- 
ages of nature, the passions of the 
flesh, and the brutality of man. They 
survive because they have to. They 
survive because it's worth it. They 
sruvive for love; love of family, love 
of life, love of mind. 



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I by Thornton Wilder 
( directed by Len Radin 

November 18, 19, 20, 1993 al 7:00 p.m. 
Drury High School, North Adams 




"Poster by Leon!" Leon Peters again created 
a striking poster for this year's production. 

Beckie Cairns receives interesting looks from 
her family. What did you do now Glayds?! 



elegraph Boy Jason Baily resists sweet se- 
uction by Sabina, played by Amy Remillard. 



The cast and crew of "Skin". This year's cast 
and crew were not only a group interested in 
serious drama but they also had alot of fun. 



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Junior cheerleader Becky Feder and freshman 
Jenny Breen are right in sync during this bench 
cheer for the football team. 

The 1993 Varsity Cheerleading squad is Amy 
Witherell, Aja Daughterty, Jenny Breen, Ja- 
mie Decoteau, Elizabeth Cahoon, Captain 
Heidi Tatro, Erin Scott, Malinda Beverly, 
Becky Feder, Jen Tatro, Sarah Wright, and 
Teri Iacuessa. 



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Drury Cheerleaders 
Are BLUEtiful 




Varsity cheerleaders Malinda Beverly, Jen Ta- 
tro, Jamie Decoteau, Aja Daugherty, and Amy 
Witherell do a cheer for the crowd as the team 
breaks between quarters. 

Senior Captain Heidi Tatro hoists her pom- 
poms as the cheerleaders break into their red, 
blue and a little white cheer. 

Sophomore varsity cheerleader Aja Daugherty 
cheers loudly for the home team at Drury's 
first home game. 







These freshman cheerleaders definitely show 
their spirit as they cheer the football team on 
in one of our few Saturday games. 

Freshman cheerleader Sarah Wright concen- 
trates on a tense play between cheers at the 
football game. 



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Senior Christina Acosta, Colleen Collins, 
Shannon Daugherty, Jen Horan, and Casi So- 
lari smile for the camera. 

Seniors Josh Silsby, Dave Tarsa, Rick Dupee, 
and Freshman Rebecca Molloy pose as they 
wait in line. 

Juniors Stacy Ciempa and Allison Davine flash 
smiles at the camera. 




Junior Caroline Green, St. Joe's Todd La- 
Forest, Junior Sherry Pikul, Senior Chris 
Whitney, and Juniors Allison Rennell and Marc 
Tetlow, pose for a group picture. 

Freshmen Bridget Herman and Becky Cairns 
stop for a quick picture. 

Seniors Kelly Lyons and Matt Mangun stop 
for a pre-dance picture. 





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Newly chosen King Rick Dupee and the queens 
court Jen Horan, Colleen Collins, and Casi So- 
lari await the queens arrival. 

Freshman Abby Sheridan and Junior Scott 
Little take a break to pose for the camera. 

Junior Classmates Jamie Dupee and Stacy La- 
bombard rock and roll to the music of D.J. 
Shawn Serrre. 




Ladies and gentlemen may I introduce to you 
King Rick Dupee and Queen Vanessa Freeney. 

Junior Ryan Auge and Katie Leonesio sit at 
the dance. 

Sophomore Tim Mangun and first year stu- 
dent Jen Breen are a COUPLE! 




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"This place is crazy," says Frosh Scott Allard, "Classes seem backwards 
English is history and science is computers." Freshman liked playing sports 
for Drury and thought Freshman reception and homecoming were cool. Even 
though the guys admit that they get more nervous for dances than games. 

As well as being original and funny they are also acedemically talented 
and have great magnetism. 






Freshman celebrate getting through the first 
semester of high school. Look at those happy 
little faces. Prove that Freshmen can survive. 



Scott Allard 

Michael Alvarez 

Donald Amoroso 

Matthew Ardis 

Jason Bailey 

Trisha Baker 

Smantha Bartosewcz 

Jessicia Beighly 

Kevin Bennett 

Catherine Bernard 

Malinda Beverly 

Amie Birch 

Katie Bishop 

William Blackmer 

Heather Blair 

Jessica Blair 

Patricia Bolognani 

Kathryn Boucher 

Jennifer Breen 

Brendan Bullett 

Beth Burdick 

Michael Burns 

Brent Butler 

Elizabeth Cahoon 






Eric Cahoon 
Rebecca Cairns 
Gregory Caproni 
Brandee Cariddi 
Marissa Carlson 
Debra Catrambone 



Brad Chalifoux 
Jared Ciempa 
Adam Codogni 
Jena-Lyn Conroy 
Jesse Currier 
Scott Cyr 



Sara D'Archangelo 
Deidre Damone 
Jamie Decoteau 
Angela Demo 
Richard Duteau 
Scott Embry 



Nicole Esposito 
Robert Ferris 
Yolanda Floyd 
Eli Franco 
Joshua Gallagher 
Justin Gallagher 



Kyle George 
Joanna Girard 
Melissa Giron 
Matt Gliwski 
Murry Goodhind 
Peter Greenbush 



Jessica Gregory 
Nicholas Griffin 
Stacy Gelineau 
Gloria Guzman 
Lucia Guzman 
Sarah Hartlage 



Bridget Herman 
Krista Hohn 
Ryan Holmes 
Erin Horahan 
Dwayne Howard 
Peter Jette 







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Jennifer Jones 

Wendy Jones 

Shawn Kelly 

Krista King 

Kyle King 

Katelyn Kirby 



Alicia Kuzia 

Jessica LaBonte 

Colin LaCasse 

Gary La France 

Darcy LaPier 

Michele Longlois 



Sarah Lapine 

Elizabeth Larocca 

Mackenize Lee 

James Lemieux 

David Lewis 

Melissa Linicoln 



Elizabeth Luczynski 

Elizabeth Marden 

Michael Marlow 

Jennifer Martin 

Michelle Mc Clendon 

Katie Mc Kay 



Christopher Mc Lain 
Katherine Melito 



Kate Merrigan 
Michelle Miller 



Shanah Miner 
Michael Mirante 




Freshman Katrina Schneider already looks forward to the future. 
Caps and gowns aren't too far off and she's dressed for success. 




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Rebecca Molloy 
Jason Moran 
Robert O'Dell 
Heather Oleskiewicz 
John Packard 
Joseph Pearson 



Kenneth Peckham 
Julie Peltier 
Jessica Perras 
Nicholas Peters 
Stacy Pettengill 
Adam Quimby 



Lisa Raymond 
Michelle Richardson 
Rose Richardson 
Krista Ritcher 
Thomas Roberts 
Gillian Robinson 



Lee Rock 
Amie Rodriguez 
Cindy Lee Rodgers 
Holly Rolnick 
Michael Solerno 
Cynthia Saunders 



Katrina Schneider 
Eliza Schofield 
Erin Scott 
Jill Sheldon 
Harvey Shepard 
Abby Sheridan 



Lisa Stachelek 
Jennifer Tatro 
Stephen Tessier 
Stacie Toromino 
Krista Tower 
Walter Upton 



Elizabeth Urban 
Peter Varellas 
Erica Viens 
April Wright 
Sarah Wright 
Jennifer Buck 





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Peter Annichiarico 
Shane Armstrong 
Rachael Bailey 
Michael Baran 
Tonya Barrett 
Russell Bedard 



Sarah Bishop 
Amber Blasi 
Gabe Bonneville 
Julie Boucher 
Joseph Bouley 
Lisa Bourdon 



Lisa Bush 

Jason Cardinal 

Devon Carrier 

Jaime Chandler 

Lisett Comai 

Lisa Cruz 



Aja Daugherty 

Joshua DeGrenier 

Bradley Dorans 

Michael Dunn 

Timothy Duteau 

Joy Fairneny 



Anthony Ferris 
Ryan Gaffey 



Joanne Gelinas 
Rebecca Gilman 



Jessica Giulino 
Catherine Goman 




Super Sophomores Aja Daugherty and Lisa Bourdon have been 
caught in the act, and flash those innocent smiles while mentally 
preparing their alibi. 



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Amie Groves 
Jesse Hakes 
John Haskins 
Laura Hawke 
Heather Hermon 
Michael Horan 



Justin Howes 
Daniel Johnson 
Stephen Jones 
Kiersten Kelleher 
Michael Kurpiel 
Sean LaBonte 



Stephanie LaBonte 
Kevin Lampron 
Angela Larese 
Jennifer Lemieux 
Jennifer Lorge 
Edward Malloy 



Timothy Mangun 
Dennis Marks 
Melissa Martelle 
Denise Mattimore 
Brian McNeil 
Peter Melito 



Keith Metcalf 
Caleb Miner 
Joe Montanye 
Kelly Moran 
Kathleen Morris 
Shaun Morrissey 



April Nichlen 
Nicholas Nunn 
Amy O'Brien 
M.J. O'Hearn 
Jessica Parker 
Jesse Potvin 



Daniel Prenguber 
Jennifer Raymond 
Star Richardson 
Daniel Rolnick 
Jaclyn Rose 
Kristi Sarchi 




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Jessica Sault 

Mary Sawyer 

William Schrack 

Wendy Scutt 

Marc Senecal 

Stephanie Sheridan 



Heather Soskin 

Roy Soucie 

Melisa St. Jacques 

Joshua Stegemann 

Brent Stred 

Melissa Thayer 



Chad Therrien 

Lawrence Therrien 

Theresa Thomas 

Angela Tower 

Kevin Toye 

Stella Varellas 







Sophomore Jessica Parker enjoys a candied ap- Jennifer Lorge, Lisa Bush, and Jessica Sault 
pie at the 1993 Fall Foliage Parade. show off their Sophomore pride by displaying 

their class rings. 

Sophomore guard Pete Melito sat out most of 
the season with an ankle injury. 





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Ashley Wilcox 
Ian Wilson 
Michael Wilson 
Amy Witherell 
Dori Wolfe 
Adam Wright 








Lisa Cruz, Kelly Moran, and Kathy Morris 
really show their school spirit and rally behind 
their favorite players. 

Ian Wilson tries a new relaxation exercise be- 
fore taking the stage. Ian was Eyore in the 
summer productin of Winnie the Pooh. 

Jennifer Lemieux poses with a special hallow- 
een friend, that we all hope we won't be seeing 
around school. 




Chad Therrien is caught in a dramatic mo- 
ment. Chad has been an important asset to the 
drama team and we all hope he will continue 
with his wonderful work. 

Jessica Giulino, a purr-fectly wonderful Drury 
student, gives a huge grin to the camera. 

Tim Mangun looks so fashionable sporting his 
silver tux and fez. Great look Tim! But seri- 
ously, excellent job in Skin of Our Teeth!! 




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Peter Melito flashes a grin while basking in 
I the warm fall sun during a D.H.S. football 
game. 

Shane Armstrong displays his agility and flex- 
ability during the limbo contest at the Spanish 
Club dance. 

Angela Tower checks her harness readying to 
climb the newly installed climbing wall. 

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'Promising sophomore Mike Wilson earned a Kristie Sarchi uses her head during a soccer Marc Senecal, 6' 1" forward, held James Percy 
>pot in the starting line-up with tenacious de- practice. to 4 points in noteworthy defensive effort ver- 

ensive play. (Fouled out twice a night!) sus Taconic. 



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Melvin Accetta 

Jennifer Arigoni 

Ryan Auge 

Priscilla Bassett 

Jennifer Blackmer 

Nichole Blair 



Nicole Blair 

James Bleau 

Nannette Boucher 

Brent Bouley 

Amy Bua 

William Burdick 



Joseph Campedelli 

Krista Cardinal 

Jennifer Carrigan 

Cheree Caruso 

C. Casuscelli 

Andrea Cellana 



Nora Chalifoux 

Fiona Christopher 

Stacy Ciampa 

Michael Ciempa 

Maria Clifford 

Allison Davine 



Jamieson Dupee 
Mary Beth Dupee 



Aaron Dupuis 
Shereen Duquette 



Jamie Estes 
Norma Farron 




Krista Ritter and Kyle Schadler posing for the camera. 



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Rebecca Feder 
Kristine Fierro 
Jammie Foster 
Mark Gilman 
Jennifer Goodhind 
Tammie Gorman 



Caroline Green 
Dawn Green 
Ian Gregory 
Michele Guyette 
Jennifer Hamel 
Deserai Hartlage 



Heather Hartlage 
Michelle Hillard 
Ryan Horahan 
James Irace 
Erin Kirby 
Evan Kirby 



Stacy Labombard 
Jaime LaCasse 
Ian LaPort 
Nicole Lavariere 
Heather Lemaire 
Katie Leonesio 



Cara Lesure 
Emily Levesque 
Scott Little 
Michele Lloyd 
Mona Maher 
Christine Mattimore 



Heather Mazza 
Shannon McLain 
Bryan Millard 
Candace Mills 
Ryan Molloy 
Michael Moorhead 



Kimberly Moran 
Barbara Morin 
Jeremy Nichlen 
Gianina Nuvallie 
Colleen Partenope 
E. Pasternak 




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Michelle Perras 

Amy Phelps 

Sherry Pikul 

Todd Pilot 

Amy Remillard 

Allison Renell 



Christopher Righi 

Krista Ritter 

Joseph Robare 

Kaitlin Ryan 

Dave Saie 

Kristine Saltamartini 



Michael Sarkis 

Kyle Schadler 

Tracy Schnopps 

Heather Scholtz 

Jamie Sheldon 

Shana Shippee 



Heidi Smith 

Elizabeth St. Pierre 

Michael Tatro 

Trevor Tatro 

Michael Tessier 

Marc Tetlow 




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Amy Remillard, A.K.A., Lily Sabina pleads 
with the audience during Skin of Our Teeth. 



Caroline Green and Sherry Pikul take time out 
from Chemistry to show off their theatrical 
talents. 

Junior, co-captain, Aaron Dupuis lit up Mon- 
ument Mountain with 37 points in his last game. 




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Becky Thomas 
Stacy Thompson 
Janet Upton 
Robert Vallieres 
Joseph Vareschi 
Rebekah Verrier 



Tanya Viens 
Martha Whitlingam 
Hillary Wonderlick 
Jason Wood 
Kimberly Wood 
Satira Wright 




Dave Saie slams the ball through an onslaught 
of opponents and Drury players. 



Caroline Green is Mrs. Maggie Antrobus in 
the Drama Team production of Skin of Our 
Teeth. 

Juniors Amy Bua, Krista Ritter, and Rebekah 
Verrier take a relaxed pause during the Home- 
coming Dance. 




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Junior Chris Righi ponders during the Fall Fo- 
liage Parade. 

Sherry Pikul taking part in one of her after- 
noon activities. 

Mark Gilman shows off his ballhandling skills 
in his first season with the Drury Basketball 
Team. 





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■lutist Kim Wood plays on during a Drury Junior Krista Ritter takes a break with the rest Cheree Caruso dribbles down the field, ef- 
ome football game. of the band during the first football game of fortlessly passing her opponents from Hoosae. 

the season. 



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The Sociology Class Gives 
Back To The Community 



Heidi Tatro and Chris Casuscelli Theresa Gelinas, Vicky Witherell, 
stop working to smile for the cam- and Pia Torchia are busy prepar- 
era. ing salad and drinks for the meal. 




Mr. Wall oversees the meal prep- The "Free Lunch" sign outside the 
aration and serving. Congregational Church welcomes 

all to eat. 



The Sociology Class poses for a Shannon Daugherty, Shari Luc- 
group picture. zynski, and Theresa Gelinas take 

a quick break and pose for a pic- 
ture. 



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What About The 
Twelve Days?" 



Senior Basketball Co-Captains Amy Estes and 
Vanessa freeney together with Amy Baran un- 
derestimate fan support at their home games. 

Stephanie Sands . . . and Vicki Witherell re- 
member the good 'ol days — 3 of them at 
Hampton Beach. 





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Day number six features K. Lyons, A. Trem- 
lay, M. McCarron, G. Tower, J. Trudeau, D. 
Tarsa, C. Manuel, and P. Gilly. 

Gridders Walt Stred, Dave DeSanty . . . and 
Josh Silsby share fond memories of four sea- 
sons — non-winning as they were. 




Mario Catteloti, Sheri McKay, and Sarah Can any of the remaining seniors explain the 
Greenbush have their sav about the tenth dav. significance of this poster? 




Art Rock Please Report To 




Social Studies' Don Pecor, English's Carolyn 
Cheesbro, and Foreign Languages' Carol Mil- 
lett seem to be enjoying Art's retirement party. 

Bonnie Rennell from the Social Studies Dept. 
keeps warm and models her high school letter 
sweater as she makes her own fashion state- 
ment. 

Art Rock — This is your day. By the way Art, 
on your way to retirement could you please 
check the hinges on the front door. 




Home Ec's Tibby Woodruff, after having her 
piece of cake and eating it too, starts to share 
the other half with the faculty. 

Math's John Culver and English's Debbie 
Coyne talk shop over cake and punch. "Why 
so serious guys?" 

Coach Skip Racette and the Music Dept.'s Carl 
Jenkins enjoy the cake and coffee while shar- 
ing a serious moment. 




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Blue Devils 
Finish 9 and 1 1 



Co-captains Sr. guard 
Chip Manuel, 366 points, 
and Jr. guard Aaron Du- 
puis, 298 points, were the 
leading offensive catalysts 
on the Drury varsity which 
finished with 9 wins and 
won the Drury Christmas 
Tournament with a 56-50 
win over tourney bound Mt. 
Greylock. Leading the de- 
fense were 6'4" post play- 
ers Joe Vareschi and Jeff 
Trudeau who combined 
talents with sophomore 
Marc Senecal to guard the 
paint. Junior Point guard 
Mark Gilman contributed 



offensively by continually 
hitting the open man with 
pin-point passes. 

The Blue Devils beat di- 
vision I foes Taconic and 
Pittsfield twice each, and 
scored a big 20 point vic- 
tory over tournament bound 
Lenox. Their most impres- 
sive win of the season came 
in their final game when 
they outscored Monument 
Mt. 69-55 with Aaron Du- 
puis hitting a season high 
37 points. Monument had 
beaten them 66-56 earlier 
in the year. 



Junior point guard Mark Gilman, 
winner of the "Mr. Team" award, 
launches a three versus Hoosac 
Valley. Mark tied for the team lead 
with 56 assists. 



Berkshire County's second lead- 
ing scorer, Sr. co-captain Chip 
Manuel, displays his acrobatic skill 
as he delivers against Taconic. 
Chip won the Peter W. Foote 
award and the "Mr. Offense" 
award. 







Back Row: Coach Buffoni, S. 
Morrissey, D. Marks, S. Allard, 
P. Greenbush, P. Jette. Middle 
Row: S. Tessier, B. Ferris, M. 
Marlow, J. Gallagher, N. Griffin. 
Front Row: D. Hamilton, G. 
Bonneville, B. Wiencek, K. 
George, R. Gaffey. 

Most Improved Player award win- 
ner Mike Wilson hit on 16 of his 
28 shots for a team best shooting 
percentage of 57%. Mike was per- 
fect versus Hoosac, hitting 4 for 
4. 





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Jr. Co-Captain Aaron Dupuis drives to the 
5'4" Junior Joe Varschi, "Mr. Defense" award basket against Hoosac's Dave Catelotti. Aaron 
vinner, had 1 1 3 rebounds and 20 blocked shots averaged 1 8.6 ppg and was a co-winner of the 
n 17 games. "Mr. Offense" award. 



Coach Racette, Coach Freeney, M. Gilman, 
P. Melito, B. Patenaude, C. Casusecelli, M. 
Wilson, J. Trudeau, J. Vareschi, M. Senecal, 
J. Hakes, J. Cardinal, J. Campedelli, W. Stred, 
Coach Noel. Front: Co-captains A. Dupuis and 
C. Manuel. 

Freshman Pete Greenbush, "Mr. Prospect" 
award winner, stays cool under pressure and 
passes out of trapping defense employed by 
Hoosac Valley. 




Lady Devils 
Take Division C 



"That night," says Senior 
Captain Amy Estes, "we 
controlled their destiny. If 
we won, we were the 
champs and went on to 
Western Mass. If they won, 
we were co-champs and 
they went. It was in our 
hands." And those hands 
were definitely capable. 
Drury defeated St. Joe 47- 
34 and took the Division C 



title for the first time in 1 1 
years. This was a great 
achievement for Amy 
Cowlin, the brand-new 
Girls' Basketball coach. 
Estes said of her, "She was 
a really good coach. She fit 
in well with us. She was like 
one of the family." Obvi- 
ously, that family worked 
well for the team. Con- 
gratulations!! 



Senior Captain and MVP Amy 
Estes takes a foul shot at a home 
game against McCann. 



Back Row: Danielle Smith, Amy 
Birch, Jessica LaBonte, Kate Kir- 
by, Aimee Rodriguez, Jessica 
Sault, Katrina Schneider, Coach 
Nicki Marx. Front Row: Erica 
Viens, Katy Melito, Lisa Bour- 
don, Jessica Parker. 




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Denise Mattimore, voted Unsung 
Hero, displays her dribbling tech- 
niques. 

Senior Captain Vannessa Freeney 
received this year's Coaches 
Award. 





Senior Jessica Whitney looks for a possible pass 
as she dribbles down court. 



Junior Cheree Caruso prepares for a layup. 




Back Row: Nanette Boucher, Kate Kirby, 
Jaime LaCasse, Sara D'Arcangelo, Denise 
Mattimore, Katie Leonesio, Kim Wood, Coach 
Cowlin. Front Row: Cheree Caruso, Sarah 
Greenbush, Vanessa Freeney, Amy Estes, Jes- 
sica Whitney, Lisa Bush. 

Freshman Sara D'Arcangelo checks the court 
for support from her teammates. 




Katie Leonisio, this year's most improved play- 
er, waits for the rebound. 



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Wrestlers Pin A 
Tie on P.H.S. 




Adam Quimby, Skip Holland, and Rookie of the Year Rick Dupee 

Kevin Lampron watch as Shawn struck this pose often during his 

Curry, Fran Millard Award Win- first season on the team. 
ner, pins opponent. 




Scott Skorupski, Most Dedicat- 
ed Award winner, releases op- 
ponent after winning match by 
pin. 

Sophomore Jesse Potvin rolls 
opponent to his back as he pre- 
pares for the pin. 



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Peter Bedard, George St. Pierre Award win- 
^oach Scerbo and Soph. Josh Maynard discuss ner, takes the down position and mentally pre- 
ist minute strategy before Josh takes the mat. pares his escape route. 




Shawn Curry put a fast end to this match with 
this move. 

Back Row: Assistant Coach P. Mancuso, J. 
Maynard, R. Dupee, S. Skorupski, C. Righi, 
C. Saliba, J. Howes, B. Griffin, Coach Scerbo. 
Middle Row: A. Quimby, P. Gilly, M. Mirante, 
B. Stred, J. Wright, J. Potvin, K. Lampron. 
Front Row: P. Bedard, B. Paintoni, B. Dorans. 




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Brian Griffin is in complete control as he rolls 
opponent to his back. 

Mike Rizzo appears to be putting the hurt on 
this opponent before finishing the match with 
a pin fall. 



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Here's Looking At You, Kid! 



Junior Joe Vareschi with date Freshman 
Bridget Herman both decide to sit this dance 
out. 

Seniors Heidi Tatro and Greg King seem to 
be having a good time. 




Seniors Matt Mangun and Jenn Perreault pos- 
ing for the camera. 

King and Queen for the day: Mario Catelotti 
and Kristine Saltamartini. 





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M. Sawyer, A. Rennell, S. Pikul, C. Green 
take a group photo shot. 

Drury Senior Yearbook Editor, Erica May and 
Rodd Lanoue, captain of Hoosac's division 
winning basketball team make a great couple. 

Jen Hamel and boyfriend, Doug, take time to 
relax between dances. 




Madelyn Goodermote and Stan Dykes pose for 
their picture. 

King Mario Catelotti and Queen Kristine Sal- 
tamartini along with court (L-R): Shane 
Armstrong, Kathleen Shea, Walter Stred, 
Sharon Polumbo, Jeff Trudeau, and Gloria 
Tower. 





Hockey — 

The 
Big Three 

It was a season of close games, but 
we just could not pull through. Mt. 
Greylock finished the season at 3 and 
6, but we did win the fight to keep 
hockey alive. Hopefully, next season, 
Drury will receive more money for 
hockey and there will be more inter- 
est in the sport and Drury will be able 
to have their own team. 



Mike Horan, Brad Chalifoux, and Greg Cap- 
roni prepare for their last home game. 









Brad Chalifoux, center for Mt. Greylock, skates 
the puck out of his own zone, trying to keep 
Pittsfield's team under control. 



Greg Caproni, playing offense, waits with anx 
iety for the drop of the puck. 




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Mike Horan, defense for Mt. Greylock, awaits 
the offense of Pittsfield to work their way into 
the zone. 

Chalifoux speeds up the ice, giving support to 
the flying Brock Whalen as they try to put a 
goal on the board for their team. 

Horan holds his ground in the most occupied 
and quite difficult area on the ice, in front of 
the net. 





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Drury Students Are Head And Shoulders Above The Rest!! 




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Somewhere Over 
The Rainbow 



Dreams not only come 
true over the rainbow, but 
they also are found on the 
Drury stage. Ruby slippers 
skipped, Munchkins 
danced, and snow fell. 
These were only a few 
magical parts of this year's 
musical. With combined 
talents of veteran players, 
as well as the large turnout 
of Freshmen, the "Wiz" 
was a true success. With all 
three performances, as well 



as the open dress rehearsal, 
sold out, all those involved 
felt that their months, 
weeks, and days of hard 
work were really appreci- 
ated. The Wizard of Oz was 
a true collaborative effort. 
Through the help of teach- 
ers, parents, and other con- 
tributors the elaborate and 
beautiful set, costume, and 
music made the Wizard of 
Oz a memorable experi- 
ence. 



The Scarecrow, Shane 
Armstrong, shows Do- 
rothy, Gloria Tower, the 
way the Munchkins went 
by using his brain power. 



There he goes again! The 
Cowardly Lion, played by 
Chad Therrien, moans, 
groans, and cries at the 
thought of the Great Wiz- 
ard appearing. 




What is this great green 
glob? It's none other than 
Tim Mangun, in disguise, 
as the Wizard of Oz. 

True creative genius at 
work. Mrs. Carter gives 
some last minute words of 
motivation and encourage- 
ment. 






The Wizard Of Oz Is 
A Great Success 



Dorothy explains the reasons she 
The Munchkins take a quick break must return to Kansas, but the 
from their Munchkinly duties of question is why would anyone want 
singing, dancing and smiling. to go back to Kansas? 







Dorothy!! Aunt Em played by Er- In this business, you have to take 
ica May, looks feverishly for her the good with the bad. The Good 
misguided niece. witch, Amy Remillard and Bad 

witch, Sherry Pikul, really can get 
along. Off stage, that is! 



he Tinman, Chris Gregory, is They gave us their total attention, 
lught in mid air as he completes The soldiers stand straight and tall 
s song, "If I Only Had a Heart." protecting the Land of Oz. 



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J. LaForest, C. Gregory, C. Green, M. Carlson are members of the Western District Chorus. 
Western District Band members are N. Esposito, J. Evans, J. Blackmer, G. Tower, E. Bailey, 
K. King, C. Partenope, B. Blackmer, J. Bailey, & S. Burdick. 








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Mr. Jenkins accepts the plaques at the awards 
banquet Saturday night. The Marching, Con- 
cert, and Jazz Bands were all given "Excel- 
lent" ratings. 



Senior Julie Evans poses in the lobby of the 
hotel before heading out for a day at King's 
Dominion Amusement Park. 




The Jazz Band performs the first of their three 
competition pieces. 

The Marching Band steps off to join in a small 
parade in Annapolis for adjudication. 






Freshmen Katie Melito & Jenny Breen share 
a short gossip session during the lunch break 
before the Concert Band performance. 

Mr. Jenkins directs the band through warm- 
ups before the Concert and Jazz Bands are to 
be judged. 

Senior Eric Bailey and Freshmen Kate Mer- 
rigan and Kate Bernard enjoy the scenery dur- 
ing the harbor cruise the band took Monday 
morning before heading home. 




Senior Band Front Captain Erica May hams 
it up for the camera before the parade Sat- 
urday morning. 

The Concert Band concentrates as they play 
an intense piece by Buckvich for the judges. 




Young Drury Golfers Give 



Freshman Brad Chalifoux stretches before his 
match. 

Frosh Brendan Bullett chooses his club. 



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Looks like Greg Caproni needs a caddy. 




The camera catches Sophomore Jesse Hakes 
before their win against Wahconah. 

Sophomore Marc Senecal follows through on 
his swing. 





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Hope For The Future 




Back Row: (L-R) Greg Caproni, Kyle George, 
Jesse Hakes, Marc Senecal, Ryan Gaffey Front 
Row: Brent Wiencek, Jared Ciempa, Brad 
Chalifoux, Jason Moran, Brendan Bullett 

Freshman Jason Moran concentrates on his 
swing. 

Sophomore Ryan Gaffey takes a break from 
his match to pose for the camera. 




Ryan looking for par. 
Freshman Jared Ciempa 
Sophomore Brent Wiencek 



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First singles player Amy Estes warms up be- 
fore a match with a few forehand shots. 



Senior first doubles team member Katie Shea 
prepares to return a long shot. 



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The 1994 Girls' Tennis Team Seniors. Back 
Row: Julie Evans, Erica May, Katie Shea, 
Coach John Clarno. Front Row: Captain Amy 
Estes, Captain Jenn Perreault. 

Freshman Kyle King observes a match from 
the sidelines as he waits to see whether he'll 

play singles or doubles. 

Amy Estes, Senior Captain, had the best rec- 
ord of the team, finishing 7-4 for the season. 




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Senior 2nd singles player Julie Evans gives a 
backhand return to her opponent during a 
Hoosac tennis match. 



Senior Captain Chris Whitney delivers an 
overhead smash to his first singles opponent. 

The 1994 Boys' Tennis Team 

Back Row: Kyle King, Adam Quimby, B.J. 

Costas, Coach John Clarno. 

Front Row: Captain Chris Whitney, Captain 

Tony Ferris 




"Anybody need a ball?" Senior 3rd singles 
player Erica May rounds up a load of tennis 
balls before a match. 

Senior Captain Jenn Perreault volleys with her 
first doubles partner, Katie Shea, before a 
match. 

Sophomore Tony Ferris, Frosh Adam Quimby, 
and Senior Erica May cheer their teammates 
on from the bench. "Quiet, Please!" 




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Back Row: A. Rodriguez, J. Tatro, S. D'Ar- 
cangelo, K. Kirby, B. Molloy, Coach Cowlin. 
Middle Row: S. LaPine, J. Jones, M. Giron, 
D. Smith, J. Gregory. Front Row: B. Gilman, 
J. Sault, A. Groves, J. Gelinas. 

Top hitter Junior shortstop Dawn Green (.438) 
follows through on her throw to first. 

Senior Theresa Gelinas concentrates on mak- 
ing solid contact at the plate. 











Junior Jaime LaCasse swings through the pitch Senior catcher Tracy Rougeau displays good Junior Amy Bua stays focused on the ball as 
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Lady Devils Finish At 10-10 




Northern Division 
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Senior catcher Dave DeSanty committed only 
2 errors in 105 chances (.981) and was named 
honorable mention All-Berkshire. 

Senior third baseman Oli Bond batted .327 
and drove in 2 1 runs and was named honorable 
mention All-Berkshire. 





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Senior pitcher — outfielder Rick Dupee won 
6 games, baited .443 with 35 hits and 2" RBI 
He •>■ as named to the All- Berkshire First Team. 

Back Row: Coach McGraih. O. Bond. C Man- 
uel. J. Trudeau. S McGraih. D. DeSanty. R. 
Dupee. P. Gilly. C. Carvalho. Front Ro»: J 
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D. Prenguber. M. Gilman. B. Ferris. P. Green- 
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which led to two pitching wins, one versus 
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Second Team All-Berkshire selection Sr. Jdl 
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First Team, batted .475 with 38 hits including 
19 for extra bases. He had 50 assists and 42 
putouts. 

Sr. Chip Manuel, CoCaptain and First Team 
All-Berkshire selection, batted .415, scored 29 
runs and had 54 assists and 33 putouts (.956). 













Back Row: S. Allard, J. Potvin, P. Greenbush, 
M. Baran, H. Shepard, C. McLain, Coach 
Morris. Front Row: M. Gliski, T. Roberts, M. 
Goodhind, A. Cadogni. 

Junior infielder outfielder Mark Gilman bat- 
ted .363 on 29 hits and scored 31 runs. Chosen 
honorable mention All-Berkshire. 

Jr. pitcher Joe Campedelli (8-3, 2.76 ERA) 
hit .414 with 17 RBI. He was named to the 
All-Berkshire First Team. 




Junior Joe Vareschi shows the form which made 
him Drury's top high jumper. 

D.H.S.-McCann Co-op Track Team pictured 
with Coach Bob LeClair and Assistant Coach 
Steve Green. 

Junior Jason Wood nears his release point as 
he puts the shot in meet with Taconic and Len- 
ox. 




Junior Joe Robare, a steady season-long per- 
former for Drury, sat out this meet due to i 
ness. He took third in 400 at Individuals. 

Junior Jim Irace clears the bar in his specialty, 
the pole vault. 

Joe Vareschi was a consistent scorer for Drury 
in both hurdle events. He had two top-six fin- 
ishes at Individuals. 




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Senior Shaun Curry was Drury's top scorer in 
the shot put and discus throughout the season. 
He took second in discus at Individuals. 

Sophomore Shane Armstrong follows through 
after releasing the javelin versus Taconic. 

Junior Ryan Auge concentrates on his tech- 
nique as he warms up before his specialty, the 
hurdles. 




Senior Casey Lipschutz strains as he prepares 
to release the shot. 

Junior Chris Casuscelli churns towards the fin- 
ish line in the final leg of the relay. 

Sophomore Peter Melito gives an all out effort 
to maintain his lead over his opponent from 
Taconic. 



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The Drury Girls 1 Track Team, led by 
captains Vanessa Freeney and Shan- 
non Daugherty, worked hard this sea- 
son although they did not win any 
meets. There were, however, many 
personal achievements that occurred 
this season. Vanessa Freeney, for the 
fourth consecutive year, qualified for 
Western Mass. in shot put. And 
Michele Lloyd, a first year runner, 
was the team's 3rd top scorer. 

Capt. Vanessa Freeney, top scorer with 85.75 
points, throws the discus, one of her four events. 




Freshman Erin Horahan clear the high jump Freshman Abby Sheridan concentrates on her 
bar with room to spare. race as she crosses the finish line. 




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Frosh Jenny Breen on crutches after a slight 
knee injury while jumping. 

Sophomore Jennifer Lorge releases the shot 
put to place third against Taconic. 

Back Row: (left to right) Coach Mulcahy, 
Krista Ritter, Aja Daugherty, Cara Lesure, 
Kristie Sarchi, Abby Sheridan, Liz St. Pierre, 
Jenny Breen, Heidi Tatro, Michele Lloyd, Jen- 
nifer Lorge, Erin Horahan, Billie-Jo Dydow- 
icz, Katey Melito, Coach Wondoloski, Middle 
Row: Beth Marden, Michelle Mosley, Sarah 
Bishop, Allison Mongeon, Jessica LaBonte, 
Brandee Cariddi, Amy Witherell, Kiersten 
Kelleher, Lisa Raymond, Front Row: Capt. 
Vanessa Freeney and Capt. Shannon Daugh- 
erty. 




Capt. Shannon Daugherty, second highest 
scorer, smiles as she poses for the camera. 

Senior Heidi Tatro seems to fly as she takes 
part in the triple jump. 



Sophomore Sarah Bishop sits with her good 
luck charms before her race. 




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Amy Estes daintily climbs from her limo as the driver and her date. Chipper Manuel, look Katie Shea, Kristen Perreault. Sheri McKay, Jennifer Perreault, Julie Evans, Erica May. Kelly 
on Lyons and Gloria Tower share one last prom picture together . . . 




IF / MM this year. 



Mr. & Mrs. Culver were our distinguished chaperones Miss Cowlin (another distinguished chaperone) poses with Sheri Luczynslri. 



Jen Horan and Heidi Tatro. 




Tiffany Kuzia and her date, Corey LaCasse, definitely had 
Sunflower Power. 



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Madelyn Goodermote and Stan Dykes at their final senior prom. Kelly Lyons, Jenn Perreault & Gloria Tower — friends to the end. 



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"Learn from the past, prepare 
for the future, live for today." 



Class President Vanessa Freeney. "It is the 
faculty who give their all. They care about us. 
They challenge and encourage us." 

Salutatorian Madelyn Goodermote. "Sadness 
because we're leaving the security we've known 
for years. Let us not take life for granted." 



Valedictorian Sheri McKay. "Today, as we 
graduate, we enter adulthood ... we know our 
best years are yet to come." 

Drury Principal Roger F. Cirone. "1 really en- 
joyed every minute of the past four years at 
Drury High School." 



Mayor John Barrett, III, the School Commit- 
tee Chairman, handed out diplomas to each 
graduate. 

Seniors Gloria Tower and Kelly Lyons lead the 
class in the singing of the class ode. (E. Bailey, 
J. LaForest, K. Lyons, G. Tower) 




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President V. Freeney and Vice-Presidents S. 
McGrath and S. Daugherty begin the cere- 
mony. 

Pro Merito student Susan J. King and proud 
family members share a quiet moment before 
graduation. 

Tibby Woodruff says goodbye to graduate Kel- 
ly Howland. 




asi Solari and Sharon Polumbo say their Bobbi-Jo Smith and friend pose for one last 
wdbyes. picture. 



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"I surrender" 

Miss Lebert enjoys herself at the Guidance 
sponsored Christmas party. 



Mr. Barrett 

Mrs. Bedard 

Mrs. Boyer-Vivori 

Mr. Buffoni 

Mrs. Bucklev 



Mr. Campedelli 

Mrs. Cariddi 

Mrs. Carter 

Mrs. Cheesbro 

Mrs. Chilson 



Mr. Cirone 

Miss Cowlin 

Mrs. Coyne 

Mr. Culver 

Mrs. Cummings 



Mrs. Daub 

Mr. Daughton 

Mr. Davis 

Mr. DeRouin 

Ms. Donnelly 





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Mrs. Eaton 
Mrs. England 
Mrs. Fallon 
Mr. Freeney 
Mrs. French 



Mrs. Gallese 
Mr. Gniadek 
Mr. Graham 
Mrs. Gregory 
Mr. Harrington 



Mrs. Heideman 
Mrs. Hogencamp 
Ms. Holmes 
Mr. Horahan 
Mrs. Horsfal 



Mr. Houston 
Ms. Hynes 
Mr. Immerman 
Mr. Jenkins 
Ms. Kane 



I Mr. Kelley 
Mr. King 
Mrs. LaPine 
Miss Lebert 
Mr. Maroni 



Mrs. Mastroianni 
Mr. McGrath 
Mrs. Meranti 
Mrs. Milenski 
Ms. Millette 



Mrs. Mills 
Mrs. Moran 
Dr. Moresi 
Mr. Morrey 
Mr. Morris 




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Mrs. Mullen 

Mr. Noel 

Mrs. Nuvallie 

Miss O'Brien 

Miss Oldham 



Mr. Pecor 

Mr. Prenguber 

Mrs. Prenguber 

Mrs. Putnam 

Mr. Racette 



Dr. Radin 
Mrs. Rennell 
Mr. Richards 
Mrs. Roberts 

Mr. Rock 



Mr. Scerbo 

Mrs. Shartrand 

Mr. Scrivens 

Mr. Smachetti 

Mr. Solari 



Mrs. Steigner 

Mrs. Taff 

Mr. Wall 

Mrs. Willard 

Mr. Wondoloski 



Mrs. Woodruff 

Mrs. Yannone 

Ms. Putnam 

Mrs. Cariddi 

Mrs. French 






Cristina A. Acosta 

To All My Friends Who Made The Past 4 yrs Unfor- 
gettable — U guys R the Best! Good Luck 94! I hope 
M\ Your Dreams Come True. CC dibs SD — SHH — 
I won't Tell 



Paula J. Aubin 
Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 



Jessica Babeu 

Thankx to all who were true friends Mom I guess I'm 
gonna make it and to you Joel Thanx for putting up with 
me I O U 5-28-92 — forever 



Eric P. Bailey 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 



Amy L. Baran Peter Bedard 

Well see if the hard work pays off now. Thanks Mom yyj have A good year. Good luck to my 
+ Dad. Sophomore year Teri! You're on your own for a parents, 
while Trevor Tatro! 




Nestor O. Bond 
IF YOU CAN IMAGINE IT YOU CAN 
ACHIEVE IT IF YOU CAN DREAM IT 
YOU CAN BECOME IT GOOD LUCK 
"94" WASUP KIDS — SHWING! I 
(NEED MONEY AND A RIDE HOME! 



Jodie M . Bra zeau 
Good luck to the Class of 1994. 



Shayne Bordick 
Class of 93 hang in there. DHS soccer de- 
feated 2 years straight and we all survived 
(#14). Love ya all! 



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Mario T. Catelotti 

Thanks to all my friends and family, I couldn't have made 
it without you. Glad I won some soccer games A SLAY- 
ER RULES! REO #7 



Lisa J. Charon 

Good luck to the Class of 1994. 



Jessica M. Clifford 

I made it Mom! Won't ever forget West Road + Gitcha ' 
Gumie! Special love to SR MH DG JM MZ BP. Who's 
gonna gel the pallets?! 




Colleen E. Collins 

Good Luck And Thanx To All My Friends For Making 
The Pst 4 Yrs. The BEST! Thanks Mom Dad Jen. I 
LOVE YOU! PG — Beware Of The Elephant Man! SP 
— Stg. CA — FF 



Sean M. Cooper 

I'm glad it's over. Good Luck Class of "94" 



Shawn M. Curry 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 




Alison D. Czamecki 
How beautiful is youth! How bright it 
gleams with illusions, aspirations, and 
dreams! — HWL JD, EL, and CS Thanx 
a heapin' bunch! — Sam 



Shannon M. Daugherty 

We LOVE the LIFE we LEAD we LEAD 
the LIFE we LOVE! Tina Where's Woody? 
Hampton Anyone? Always GOOD some- 
times NAUGHTY never BAD! CA BFP. 
SS Per5! Soccer 



Jason B. Darignon 
TO ERIN I LYF AND I'LL NEVER 
FORGET YOU. TO MY FRIENDS, IT'S 
BEEN A GREAT 4 YEARS KEEP IN 
TOUCH. JT, PG. FL 4x4 B.B. SAT. 
NITE? 




Shad DelNcgro 
iood luck to the Class of 1994. 



Dave DeSanty 

DHS Football Capt. #22. DHS Baseball #15. Anyone up 
for poker? Later on and party on DEVILS! Take care 
class. BV — Rubarb? TM 1-4-3 



Hope Lynn Dix 

Thanx mom + dad — for everything! I love U guys Craig 
1-14-92 Amy — memories are 4-ever and so are best- 
friends Good Luck '94 



Richard E. Dupee Jr. 

jood luck DHS Football #85 and Baseball #9 Realize 
'our limitations and go past them. As soon as you feel 
»ou want to quit reach deeper!! 



Amy Renee Estes 

No bird soars too high, if he soars with his 
own wings. — W. Blake VF — Fire and 
ice #22 + #24 TTFZC 



Julie A. Evans 

May you never forget what is worth re- 
membering or remember what should be 
forgotten. 




Christina M . Fagley 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 



Vanessa Lynn Freeney 

Climb High Climb Far, Your Goal The 
Sky Your Aim The Stars! Thanx guys 4- 
all the memories! Thanks mom, dad + Al- 
lie! Fire + Ice PM #22 



Theresa L. Gelinas 

Softball #8 I Love you Mom + Dad JG x 
2 CG SK ST SP HT VW KS KH Good 
Luck guys! TEG 90 — BV #62 I'll miss 
ya + never forget ya — Thanx Bretty! — 
Curtis 



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Sarah Therese Gillooly 

"Be both a dreamer and a doer, one who imagines and 
then achieves" MM + MG I'll be lost w/o you! HEY 
Josh 1WYSB! BYE KK CG CT RH SP 



Paul Gilly 

CM BP WS Playing Pool beats TV!" Ca-lleen! The E- 
Man Hills? Not! I'll miss ya! JT JD FL Bb Sat.? #23 
Wrestling Capt. Cha-Ching. OOOP! 



Laura J. Gomeau 
MG Changing in the hallway? TK LON- 
DON! TW Couldn't make it w/oU Never 
forget U my dear Friend F 





Brett Goodennote 

Class of "94" Good Luck in Every Thing 
You Do! LATER DRURY 



Madelyn J. Goodennote 

I'm proud of you Pooky SG — keep your eyes set on 
Harvard LG — slay out of trouble — 55 mph? I'll miss 
U MT TK EM MM SD — New Years Eve!!! 



Sarah K. Greenbush 

Don't be Content With being Average. Average is as close 
to the top as it is to the bottom. Thanx Mom. Dad. Pete 
CP. JG. SM and KM 




Roberto C. Guzman 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 



Janine A. Gwozdz 

Never let anyone take your dreams away. 
"FOREVER YOURS" DC — OFF TO 
MED SCHOOL SG! I'll miss you guys — 
Keep in touch SG SM JG KS TI 



Heith Hartman 

I made it!! See Ya At Joshs Friday Liftin 
At Griffs House Kung fu At Bobs Good 
Luck Spode Good Luck Heidi. S Hey Can 
I have A drag? 




Jennifer Harvey 

Did It Mom and Dad! Thanks for getting me through 
ny last year, John. You will always be in my heart Dave 
)., We love you, and miss you. 



Aimee M. Hayden 

Thanks Mom + Dad I Love You Guys + remember I'm 
the last! Thanks Don! Good luck to the Senior "Clan" 
I'll miss you guys Keep in touch. KH 



Jennifer R. Hiser 

This journey has ended but there are still 
more left. Once one journey ends another 
always begins. 



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Janet Holmes (JJ) 

\.S. and A.L. We've been friends for a long time I hope 
ve can be for a long time to come. Stay in touch! Good 
i,uck and TooT TooT! 



Jennifer Louise Horan 

I'm Just A Woman Who Needs And Wants, Mostly Things 
I'll Never Have, Looking For That Thing That's Hardest 
To Find . . . Myself Bff Sandman 



Kelly Howland 

We thought we'd be together forever, now we only have 
memories to remember. JAMIE "FOREVER." Mom + 
Dad 5 down 1 to go! D.D. #11 Tarsa we did it! VW 



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Marcia Jean Howland 

1300 miles can't separate true friends. 
Thanx for always being there Becca, I MISS 
i'OU! Thanx for everything Mom and Dad! 
VIH "94" 



Teri Iacuessa 

When you climb the ladder to success don't 
forget the ones who got you there. They are 
special to you. Thanks Dad I Love You 



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Cathleen A. Jones 

I DID IT! ALAN Hope Your Proud! I 
couldn't have done it without you. To All 
My Friends Stay in Touch!! MOM, DAD, 
AL — I LOVE YOU. OOPS, I goofed! 
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Greg King 

JS WS — one last Cha Cha Cha. JS CSPG — We got 
jobs! DHS Football #78 Than* for the good limes '94 
HT — ILY — Sunshine — How's the finger from 92 



Susan King 

Softball #10 Theresa, Kelly, Heidi, Jen I'll miss ya. BD, 
GN, NC, SL be good! Tree Friends are forever! . . . and 
JASON YOU TOO! 3/17/93 



Chad M. Kolodziej 

Good Luck to the Class of 94 Late Night 
at Currys Books Kolo Kids 94 Dug Oi 
Babott Ma + Dad I Made it Miss ya! 




Tiffany Autumn Kuzia 

Wa — Now you gel to finish/LG — help! — the 2nd 
one — than* man? LC — buzzlebees + dancing rats/ 
dreaming is no solution — JDM/TAK-n-CML 5-21-92 



Jason La Forest 

Ladies and Gentlemen. I have suffered from my music. 
Now it's your turn! Love you Mom. 3Js Wanna hear my 
Marceau imitation? 2012? 



Becky J. Lemieux 

I made it Mom + Dad. I did it for you gram I love yo 
+ miss you. Rick if I can do it you can! Bye + goo 
luck SD. JC, FV 




Robert Levesque 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 



Nicki Lewis 

Mike — Forever in my heart together or 
apart Good Luck guys I'll Miss You VW, 
PA, BL, SC. SM, JC. BP. AW. NB. CK. 
AV Smell Ya Mike — OKAY. OKAY 



Casey Lipschutz 

I was so much older then. I'm younger that 
that now. — Bob Dvlan 




Angela Luczynski 

*iA.S. and J.H. we finally did it. Mom and 
i:Dad I Love You. E.L. Good Luck next year. 



Shari Lynn Luczynski 

Guys we finally did it, and it's time to move on. I wish 
you all the best. Becky thanks for everything F/F Keep 
in Touch "Memories" 



Kelly M. Lyons 

"Great spirits have often encountered violent opposition 
from mediocre minds." — Einstein MD JP GT MM JE 
SM AT EM WOODSTOCK AND FLOWERS! 



Matthew B. Mangun 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994. 



Thomas (Chip) Manuel 

IT'S BEEN FUN CLASS OF 94. GOOD LUCK IN 
THE FUTURE GUYS! BP, WS, PG, IT BEATS 
WATCHING TV. KINDOOWA, AN AWAR! D.T. AL 
SO PI SCO — A.V. 



Erica J. May 

The best and most beautiful things cannot 
be seen, heard, or even touched. They must 
be felt with the heart. — Helen Keller 




Melissa N. McCarron 

"These are the last words I have to say 
That's why this took so long to write There 
will be other words some other day" B. JOL 
NGWAS 



Sean T. McGrath 

Capt #7; GOOD LUCK DRURY BASE- 
BALL; CARRY ON THE WINNING 
TRADITION; "PAIN IS TEMPO- 
RARY; PRIDE IS FOREVER"; UNH 
#23; THANKS COACH, MOM, K, C 



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Sheri A. McKay 

"thanks to you now I know all my dreams 
can come true" Thanx Mom, Dad, Katie, 
Derek Keep in touch AK, MP, JG, SG, 
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Julia Nunez 

Thank you Mom and Aunt Norma for all 
the things you've done for me in the past. 

— JN 



Michael Odell 

So long Drury High School. Good Luck 
Sophomores and Juniors. Congratulations 
Class of 1994 PEACE!!! 



Robert John Patenaude 

Good luck to the class of 94! Playing pool is better thar 
watching TV.! JOANN E DONT EVER FORGET ME 
BECAUSE I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU!! 




Nancy J. Peltier 

2 down 5 to go Dad & Mom. Frank thanks 4 everything. 
Whit I'll miss ya. C-ya Bub It's wubba time girls SW 
Remember Road Runner 92 



Rebecca J. Pero 

Thank you for sticking by me Mom, Dad and the Wilcks, 
I Love You all. Good Luck Guys. I'll miss ya. SC. AV, 
MR. NL. JC. CK, NB. SM. TL. Jaycee 



Jennifer Perreault 

In Quietness and in confidence shall be your 
strength. — Isiah 




Sharon L. Polumbo 

Today is Tomorrow's Yesterday, so make 
it count! to my Friends, our memories R 
4EVER! Thanx Walt, 4 making my Sr. Yr. 
the Best, ILYF! STG! #7 



Michael J. Rizzo 

Best wishes class "94". Thanks Mom and 
Dad, Nicki. I'll miss you guys BP, SC, PA, 
AV, CK, SM, JC, BL. Marines here I 
come!!!!! 



Joseph D. Rondeau 

Mom, Dad, I finally made it; it took a while. 
145mph Later Heith? 




Kevin A. Rondeau 

Good luck and Congratulations to the class 
of 1994. 



Tracy L. Rougeau 

Friends are forever apart or together! Thanks for eve- 
rything, Mom and Dad Keep in touch MH CS SL Thanks 
PK! Softball captain #17 



Chris Saliba 

Best Wishes to the Class of "94" Good luck 
to the future wrestling teams 



Stephanie Sands 

I LEARN by THE past, PREPARE for THE future, BUT 

I live FOR today. JEN, a TRUE friend NEVER grows 

OLD. bff! I luv U gram! HEY girls, FEELIN groovy? 



Kathleen W. Shea 

Right now, Nothing is more expensive than 
regret. Abracadabra! REO #7 



Joshua J. Silsby 

RUDY — "Huh-huh, that wuz cool" CC, GK — One 
last Chacha NIGHTRIDER Yeah It ISOB — stud Bid- 
ding, IO's — DD. BV, GK, CC, NO, YOU guys shut 
up! 72 Bye 




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Good luck to AV PG HG CF and the class 
of "94" wrestling capt 189 Thanks Mom 
and Dad! 



Bobbi-Jo Smith 

Thanks to the Peltier Family for helping 
me out. Bye Whit and Nan wuba duba do 
Here comes the crew Thanks Mom, BS, 
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Thanx to my family and friends I luv U 
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N.Y. #1 — Gram this is for U! HD You're 
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Casi Solari 

To my friends — The moment may be temporary, but 
the memory is forever — I love you all and wish you the 
best! Stay close '94 HAMPTON?! 



Amy Spencer 

Congratulations Class of "94" I want to thank J.H., A.L., 
M.P., Mom, Dad. Mom, Dad, Martin I luv you all! J.H. 
KEEP JOGGING BYE 



Walter Stred 

Good Luck to all my Friends BCP Playing pool beau 
watchin T.V. Sharon — Thanx for changing my life ILYF 
Night Rider M & D I luv you BV GK #7 



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David Tarsa 

THE CREW OZZY OB AV CHIP Football #65 KGB 
ifl 1 looper What A Long Strange Trip It's Been I made 
it Mom Dad Finally J & K Burn Burn! 



Heidi L. Tatro 

When you wish upon a star . . . "All your dreams can 
come true if you have the courage to pursue them" — 
Disney GREG — ILL MISS YOU 



Pia Torchia 

Let us laugh and dance and sing for youth is such a loving 
thing. Good luck class of '94'. We did it guys! Wes I 
won't forget. — SFD 





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Gloria Faye Tower 

"Time is long and life is short. Begin to live 
while you still can." — Eddie Vedder To 
my friends and family, I love you all. 



Shannon E. Toye 

The MIND sets limitations; The HEART 
surpasses them. Mom thanx for everything 
— Lil Sis keep your eye on peeps! VW — 
made the percentile! HYLT? BG — DTD 



Amy J. Tremblay 

You may go where you wish, but you can- 
not escape yourself. To all my friends and 
the ones I love you're in my heart forever! 
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Jeffrey E. Trudeau 

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I teams! To my friends it has been a great 4 
v years! JD, PG, FL 4 4B.B. #44 + #8 



Brett M. Vadnais 

Capt. 93 Drury football Good luck to the future teams. 
I love you Mom and Dad Good luck to all my friends. 
I'll miss you all. 



Andrew J. Vidal Jr. 

It matters not how long we live it's how we do it. Bowling 
anyone? Good luck PT SL AB SS Sd. Finally its over 
Mom and Dad Good luck Dave 



Aaron Vittone 

I Good luck class of "94" Thanks Mom and Dad. Thanks 
i alot Curtis. Tracy 3 hrs wow! MR, BV, CK, SC, OB, 
I DD, RD, BP, DT, CM, GK, JP, CM. FIRE FIRE!! 



Tex (Jeromy) Wheeler 

Well its been a great 3 years. NOT! I made alot of friends 
up here. Hope they stay in touch. Thanks SW RG DR 
CB Mom I did it 



Christopher Whitney 

Drury Soccer #7 Capt. Good luck next year I'll miss ya 
MM, JP, JE, EM, GT, KL. Thanks Mom, Dad and Beth 
for everything. 



Jessica Whitney 

Thanx for the support Ma and Dad, Lorna 
& Ann! WUBBA DUB DUB, Nan & Bub- 
ba! PEI '92 '93! Thanx for the memories; 
TC JW ST NC JH JB MD CL!! 



Victoria Witherell 

I kept the right ones out & let the wrong 
ones in — until now. Mom, Dad, Avery — 
Love U Behave Loop & Joe ALL NIGH- 
TERS! ST TG KH NL SP BP VF BV DT 
Luv Yas 



Brian Griffin 

Good Luck to the Class of 1994! 



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Sharyn Bourdon Stanley D. Dykes Elizabeth A. Pasternak 

Mom & Dad I made it! Ann, thanks for all It's been a great three years — Good Luck Good luck to the class of '94 

your help! Good luck Faith Volff! I LOVE Class of "94" 
YOU Chelseay! 








Best Athletes Best Ail-Around 

Chip Manuel Vanessa Freeney Casey Lipshutz 



The Class of 

1994 

Has 

PERSONALITY 




Most School Spirit 



Rick Dupee 



Heidi Tatro 



Best Dancers 



Most Dazed and Confused 



Peter Bedard 



Cristina Acosta 



Josh Silsby 



Jenn Horan 





Most Unique 
Hairdo 

Tiffany Kuzia 



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Most 
Overcommitted 

Matt Mangun 





Class 
Feminist 



Jessica Whitney 





Best 

Personality 

Jeff Trudeau 



Class 
Conservative 

Jenn Perreault 




Nicest Smile Most Talkative 


Most Likely Class 


Casi Solari Brett Vadnais Rebecca Pero 


to Succeed Musicians 


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Sheri Mckay Eric Bailey Julie Evans 




Most Gulible 

Walt Stred Shari Luczynski 



Class Clowns 



Shyest 



Oli Bond 



Shannon Toye Kevin Rondeau 



Jenifer Hiser 




Best Friends 

Dave Tarsa Amy Estes 



Golden Shovel Award 



Dave DeSanty 



Vicki Witherall 



Nicest Eyes 

Jason Davignon Kelly Lyons 




Best Actor/ 
Actress 



Did The Most 
For Drury 



Gloria Tower 



Jason LaForest Shannon Daugherty 





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Sarah, 

Remember that you can do whatever 
you want in life provided you want it 
bad enough and are willing to work 
for it. You have always been a source 
of great joy and pride for us. Continue 
to strive for, as well as achieve, suc- 
cess. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Pete 




Laura Gomeau 

Everyone has a Dream . . . 

Mine was to have a daughter just like 

you. 

" "You know I love you 
And that's forever 
This I promise you from the heart 
1 couldn't love you any better 
I love you just the way you are." 
(Billy Joel) 
Love, 
Mom 




Shannon 

Eighteen years ago . . . We have 
grown up together and you've taught 
me a lot about life. You're my heart 
and soul. I feel proud and privileged 
to be your Mom. I'll always be here 
for you no matter what you do or 
where you go. 

Love, 

Mom and Aja 




Jay, 

You have grown from this cute little 
boy to a handsome young man. You 
had many struggles from childhood to 
manhood, but you never gave up!! 
We love you and we are very proud 
of the young man you have become. 

Love Ya. 

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The years have passed quickly and 
through them all you have brought us 
more joy and happiness than you will 
ever imagine. You have always 
strived for the best, and we are all 
very proud of you. 

Our love always, 

Mom, Dad and sisters 




Matt, 

We love you very much. We wish 
you the very best as you graduate 
from Drury. We will miss — 

Your warm presence and smile. 

Friends knocking on our door. 

The telephone ringing. 

Discounts at Friendly's. 

Rock-climbing stories. 

And much, much more! 
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come. May your passage through life 
be filled with smiles, love, and joy. 
Stop often to enjoy laughter and 
friendship, but remember always 
where your journey began. 

Love Mom. Dad, and Aaron 



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Congratulations Jeromy. You and 
your generation have a new world to 
face and tame! But you'll do it. as the 
world will be your oyster if God is 
your guide! You've made me proud 
son! 

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who never stopped loving, never 
stopped caring, never stopped work- 
ing and most of all, never stopped 
smiling. As you graduate take all of 
these wonderful traits with you for 
they will help you reach all of your 
future goals. I am very proud of who 
you are and what you have accom- 
plished and look forward to the fu- 
ture. All my love. Dad. 




Pia: 

The last of our five children. We want 
to thank you for the great joy and hap- 
piness you have given to all of us. 
Congratulations and the very best to 
you in the future. 




Sheri, 

We gave you the gifts of life, love, 

faith, and hope. 

We received them all back tenfold. 

We wish you a lifetime of these gifts, 

because if you have life, love, faith, 

and hope 

YOU HAVE IT ALL 
We're so proud of you Sher 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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Vanessa, 

Sweet smile . . . Twinkle eyes 
We will miss your sense of humor, 
your company and the happiness you 
bring us. 

Our thoughts go with you. 
We wish you all life's best. 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Allie 




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Shad, 

I knew you could do it. I hope you 
know how very proud I am of you, 
and I hope all your dreams come true. 
And much success in all you do. Con- 
gratulations from all of us. 
Love Dad 




Gloria, 

Congratulations Sweetie! 

Where has the time gone? 

You've made us so proud of you 

in all that you've done and for 

the special person you've become. 

We wish only for your future. 

Our love will be with you every step 

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We don't know where the years have 
gone. It seems just like yesterday you 
were going off to your first day of 
kindergarten. Now look at you, 
you're all grown up and soon you will 
be leaving for your first day at col- 
lege. We love you very much, Tracy. 
You have made us very proud of you. 
Good luck and congratulations. 
Love 

Mom and Dad 




Julia, 

We are so proud of you. You have 
given us so much happiness, joy, 
love, and made our lives complete. 
We love you and wish you success in 
the coming years. 

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family 




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Scott, When you were born we were 
filled with excitement and anticipa- 
tion of what it would be like to be 
your parents, to watch you grow and 
become a young man. But our dreams 
were nothing compared to the joy you 
have already brought us. You have al- 
ways been a caring, loving person — 
a son to be proud of. Congratulations. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Shari. 

The time has come for you to move 
on. The next few years will be quite 
challenging, but very rewarding in the 
end. Because of your eagerness to ac- 
complish your dreams, we know that 
you will be able to do it. 

Keep Smiling 

Love Mom. Dad. Lisa and Gram 





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Dear Jennifer, 

You are our miracle. You have 
brought an abundance of joy in our 
lives. Our wish for you is a life of 
happiness. We know that whatever 
you undertake you will be successful. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Bosie and Uncle Mike 




Sarah. 

Spread your wings and fly to your 
greatest goals and hold steadfast to your 
dreams. Never forget compassion, un- 
derstanding, selflessness and love. You 
have made me more proud than words 
can ever say. You have climbed very 
high up the ladder and I know you'll 
reach the top. Life is an experience — 
learn and enjoy! 

Love, 

Mom 



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Sean, 

No one can predict to what heights 

you can soar. 

Even you will not know until you 

spread your wings 

Live your todays 

Dream your tomorrows, and go for it! 

You have always made us proud! 

May good luck and success continue. 

We love you! 

Mom and Dad 

Kelly and Colleen 



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You did it! We knew you could do 
anything you put your mind to. Al- 
ways do the best you can do. Believe 
and you can achieve. Look to the fu- 
ture with great expectations. We are 
all so very proud of you. Love always 
Mom. Dad and Russ 



Congratulations 
To All The 







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Dave, 

Lay your problems down to rest 

Put all bad times behind you 

and strive to be your best. 

Carry on your dreams, my son. 

Let your conscience be your guide 

Remember when you feel alone, 

I'm standing by your side. 

You made us so proud! 

We all love you, 

Mom, Tom, Natalie, and Sarah 




Casey, 

Beyond the highest mountain. 
Across the farthest shore. 
Through the densest forest 
My dreams and hopes I'll store. 

C. Lipshutz (1991) 
We know that you will now begin 
"unpacking" those hopes and 
dreams. 

Love you. Mom and Dad 





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Dave, 

As you graduate from high school we 
can look at you with pride and joy. 
You have the ability to accomplish in 
life that which you are reaching for. 
Remember, we love you and will al- 
ways be there for you. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Christina, 

What lies behind us 
And what lies before us 
Are tiny matters 

Compared to what lies within us. 
We are proud of what we see within 
you. 

As you step out on your own. remem- 
ber 

We love you and will always be here 
for you. 

Love, 

Mom + Pop 



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Missy, — our L'il Wooly Mammoth 

What joys you've given us through 
your school years! You've shared yur 
talents willingly, to bring pleasure 
and happiness to everyone! Now a 
whole new challenge awaits you. 
Continue to be the same kind, consid- 
erate person you've always been and 
you will succeed in all your future en- 
deavors. 

Love, — Mom and Dad and the 
whole gang 




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To Jennifer — 

Your future lies not far ahead 

footsteps paved the way to tread 

Wishes can come true 

persistence, endurance, the will to 

foresee what's in view 

We knew you would strive to fulfill 

your dreams 

You're ready for the challenge, 

nothing can stop you, no matter 

how hard it sometimes seems. 
Loving you always — 
Mom, Dad, Mike and Matt 




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Shannon, 

I'm so very proud of you! You'll nev- 
er know the admiration I have for 
your courage. You have brought tears 
and laughter and fun and joy into my 
life, and I wouldn't trade one minute. 
I wish nothing for you but the best 
because that's what you are!! 

Love always, 

Your proud mom 




Mario, 

You have always made us proud of 
you! Your smile lights up the room 
and your appetite for frosted flakes 
has never changed. We love you and 
remember this — when you can't 
change the direction of the wind . . . 
adjust your sails. 

Love always, 

Mom and Dad 






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Congratulations Brian, 
May your every dream for the future 
become a reality. You deserve the 
best, and I know you can make it hap- 
pen! With pride and love I leave this 
message. 
Love, Mom 




Julie, 

Through the years you have been a 
bright and shining star in our lives. 
Your dedication and perseverance 
have brought you well deserved suc- 
cess in your life and will continue to 
bring you success in your future en- 
deavors. You have made us very 
proud to be your parents. 

Love always, 

Mom & Dad 



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Stephanie, 

All of your life we've been proud and 
impressed with the effort you put into 
doing your best. Every year there 
seems to be more to appreciate, love 
and admire. So here's to all of your 
future successes! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




For Walter Stred 

First born ... the blond curls are 
gone; the sailor suit traded in for foot- 
ball and basketball uniforms. The 
blue eyes continue to show the depth 
of your character. 

Thank you, Walter, for all you 
have shared with us. Our prayer is 
that we have prepared you well for 
life. 

"You're bright, you're energetic. 
You are the very best. 
And because of our time together. 
Our lives have been truly blessed." 

Love you, Mom 
"Tough times never last. Tough peo- 
ple do." 




Congratulations Casi! 
We are very proud of you. 
Stay happy always and may 
all your dreams come true. 

We love you always, 

Mom and Dad 




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Chris, 

We are proud of your hard 

work and determination. 

Great things will come your 

way because of your strong 

character and high standards. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Beth 




Sean McGrath 

Well little bro, you're on your 
way to college! You've grown 
up so fast! I'm lucky to have 
you looking out for me all the 
time; you're the best brother/ 
friend a girl could ask for! 
Good luck in everything you 
do, I'm sure you'll be suc- 
cessful!! I love you! 

Love, 

Colleen 




Sharon, 

We knew you would make it! 
We wish you joy and happi- 
ness. 

Congratulations 

Love always, 

Mom and Dad 




Dear Jennifer, 

We wish you a future that is 
fun, happy, successful, and 
filled with much love. You 
deserve the best because you 
are the best. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, and Kristen 




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